Team work

Playing sport teaches you the importance of self-discipline and teamwork.

It also provides lessons on how to lose and how to respect to your opponents and team mates. Members of a team work together as one, in order to win games. A single players weaknesses are lessened when they are part of a good team. When players work well together as a group, they form a positive bond that improves team performance. By contrast, players who do not work well together tend to reduce the success of their team. No matter how great a single football player is, it is the efforts of the team as a whole that helps to win games. The greatest teams demonstrate phenomenal teamwork and win matches as a result of unified efforts.




Every team sport, including football, places an emphasis on the importance of teamwork on and off the field. Working together encourages players to maintain a positive attitude towards each other. Success is multiplied through the efforts of a solid team. When members of a team focus on themselves instead of the team, they can easily lose games to less talented opponents.

Learning to cooperate with others towards a common goal in sports is what builds character, friendship and important life skills for players and coaches. The friendships built within a team can last a lifetime for some players and the journey of a team throughout a season is often memorable. Team work in sports can help give participants stronger communication skills and teach them to work better with others. Many projects at school often require a group to work together to put together a strong presentation to be looked at by a teacher. Every member of that team must be pulling in the same direction to complete the project successfully.